Samsung pro815 - article on dpReveiw...WOW

Discussion in 'Samsung' started by Ken Ellis, Jun 2, 2005.

  1. Ken Ellis

    Ken Ellis Guest

    I like what i read here...600L? hmmm...about 1k us? WOW.
    I have a 20d but really enjoyed the dynamic shooting (vis realtime
    view on the little screen) of the sony f707 i used to use; and the
    "waist high" ability via the moveable lens/ body. Just curious as
    to the groups impressions and insights.

    Whatya think?

    rgds

    Ken
     
    Ken Ellis, Jun 2, 2005
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    Mr. Mark Guest

    I like what i read here...600L? hmmm...about 1k us? WOW.
    When shooting any of my cameras that are not the 717, I really miss the
    movable lens. But this could be accomplished with an angle finder
    attachment on the 20d, but I have yet to find one in the store to try out on
    my SLR. I assume the image would be darker, but don't know for sure.
     
    Mr. Mark, Jun 3, 2005
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  3. Ken Ellis

    Ken Ellis Guest

    Yeah...me too. The adapter would do some; but it's still not put up on
    the screen until youv've snapped. I used to like waving the came
    around til i got the light liked then locking in the exp. This samsung
    sounds pretty cool.

    rgds
    Ken
     
    Ken Ellis, Jun 3, 2005
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  4. Ken Ellis

    Mr. Mark Guest

    When shooting any of my cameras that are not the 717, I really miss the
    You can still do that - sorta. I do with a non-digital SLR - just have to
    trust the force, Luke. :)

    I find the LCD to be practically useless on a sunny day, so I don't miss it
    much. But it's nice to be able to shoot a ground level shot from my knees
    instead of on my stomach. :)
     
    Mr. Mark, Jun 3, 2005
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  5. The day Samsung make a decent camera has not yet arrived. Just using a
    brand name lens (as Kodak demonstrates) does not in itself make up for
    crap design and manufacture.
     
    [email protected], Jun 3, 2005
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    Siggy Guest

    There's always a first time though, unless you can't cope with change. ;-)
     
    Siggy, Jun 4, 2005
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